Do effectors resemble substrate structure?
a. No, effectors do not resemble substrate structure
2. What mediates the effect caused by effectors and where is it transmitted to?
a. The effector is mediated by conformational change
b. Transmitted to activ
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Citric Acid Cycle Summary
The central role of the citric acid cycle in metabolism
The citric acid cycle plays a central role in metabolism. It is the first part of
aerobic metabolism; it is also amphibolic (both catabolic and anabolic).
Where does the cit
Citric Acid Cycle Questions and Answers
1. Which pathways are involved in the anaerobic metabolism of glucose? Which
pathways are involved in the aerobic metabolism of glucose?
Anaerobic glycolysis is the principal pathway for the anaerobic metabolism of
Chapter 20: Electron Transport and Oxidative Phosphorylation
ETC Questions and Answers
1. Briefly summarize the steps in the electron transport chain from NADH to oxygen.
Electrons are passed from NADH to a flavin-containing protein to coenzyme Q. From
Chapter 20 Summary
What is the importance of mitochondrial structure in ATP production?
In the final stages of aerobic metabolism, electrons are transferred from NADH to
oxygen (the ultimate electron acceptor) in a series of oxidationreduction reactions
Accessory Pigments: plant pigments other than chlorophyll that play a role in
Calvin Cycle: the pathway of carbon dioxide fixation in photosynthesis
Chlorophyll: the principal photosynthetic pigment responsible for
Photosynthesis Questions and Answers
1. Chlorophyll is green because it absorbs green light less than it absorbs light of
other wavelengths. The accessory pigments in the leaves of deciduous trees tend
to be red and yellow, but their color is masked by th
Photosynthesis Chapter Summary
How does the structure of the chloroplast affect photosynthesis?
In eukaryotes, the light reactions of photosynthesis take place in the thylakoid
membranes of chloroplasts. A series of membrane-bound electron carriers and pi
Electron Transport and Oxidative Phosphorylation
ATP Synthase: the enzyme responsible for production of ATP in mitochondria
Chemiosmotic Coupling: the mechanism for coupling electron transport to oxidative
phosphorylation; it requires a proton
Citric Acid Cycle Vocab
Amphibolic: able to be a part of both anabolism and catabolism
Anaplerotic: referring to a reaction that ensures an adequate supply of an important
Citrate Synthase: the enzyme that catalyzes the first step of the citric
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